Word binary format, non-complex document structure RRS feed

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  • Hi all,

    I have some doubts regarding the structure of a non-complex file (fComplex in the FIB Base is equal to '0').

    I have been able to locate the text, which starts at the position indicated by fib.fcMin (offset 0x18). I think the specification says that this is a reserved field. Anyway, in the following sector after the text, there is a list of FKPs (for characters, paragraphs, etc). 

    My question is where can I retrieve the information about the list of available FKPs (for characters, paragraphs, tables, etc.) that modify the text. For example, hay can I know that in the sector #n there is a CHPX FKP and in the following sector #n+1 there is an PAPX FKP. 

    It seems that for character an paragraphs, this information can be obtained from the table stream at the offsets indicated by fcPlcfBtePapx and fcPlcBteChpx but I'm not sure about it. What about other objects in the document (e.g. tables)?

    Thanks in advance.

    Monday, February 13, 2012 8:40 PM


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